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#14 Women's Flyweight Division

Activo

Cynthia Calvillo

Women's Flyweight Division

9-5-1 (W-L-D)

2

Wins by Knockout

3

Wins by Submission

2

First Round Finishes

Cynthia Calvillo

athlete record

Resultados del evento

Info

Learn more about Cynthia Calvillo's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Status
Activo
Hometown
San Jose, Estados Unidos
Trains at
Syndicate MMA
Fighting style
Freestyle
Age
35
Height
64.00
Weight
125.50
Octagon Debut
Mar. 05, 2017
Reach
64.00
Leg reach
37.00
  • Pro since August 2016
     
  • Two wins by KO, three by submission (3 RNC), three by decision
     
  • Two first round finishes
     
  • Had 5-1 amateur record with three finishes

UFC on ESPN (8/13/22) Calvillo lost a three round split decision to Nina Nunes 
UFC Fight Night (11/13/21) Calvillo was defeated by Andrea Lee via TKO (corner stoppage) at 5:00 of the second round
UFC 266 (9/25/21) Calvillo was stopped by Jessica Andrade via strikes at 4:54 of the first round
UFC 255 (11/21/20) Calvillo lost a three round unanimous decision to Katlyn Chookagian
UFC on ESPN (6/13/20) Calvillo won a five round unanimous decision over Jessica Eye
UFC on ESPN (12/7/19) Calvillo fought to a three round draw with Marina Rodriguez
UFC on ESPN (2/17/19) Calvillo won a three round unanimous decision over Cortney Casey
UFC Fight Night (11/17/18) Calvillo submitted Poliana Botelho via rear naked choke at 4:48 of the first round
UFC 219 (12/30/17) Calvillo lost a three round unanimous decision to Carla Esparza
UFC Fight Night (7/16/17) Calvillo won a three round unanimous decision over Joanne Calderwood
UFC 210 (4/8/17) Calvillo submitted Pearl Gonzalez via rear naked choke at 3:45 of the third round
UFC 209 (3/4/17) Calvillo submitted Amanda Cooper via rear naked choke at 3:19 of the first round

TRAINING: I train anywhere from 2-4 sessions a day. It’s a combination of MMA, Jiu-Jitsu and conditioning.
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training six years ago and began fighting amateur in 2012. I turned pro in 2016.
Do you have any heroes? My parents 
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means the world to me. This is what I've been working for since I started MMA six years ago. My goals are to fight on the biggest stage, become world champion and build my legacy as one of the best fighters in the world. 
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I started college but didn't complete it. Life hit me hard and led me here! 
What was your job before you started fighting? I had a regular 8-5pm office job. 
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition?  
Four-time amateur champion, #1 ranked female amateur fighter in California for two consecutive years.
Specific accomplishments in pro competition? Three pro fights in five months. Made my debut six months ago.
Favorite grappling technique: Back take 
Favorite Striking technique:
Overhand right